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E. 50th, arrested for insulting her.
He denies charge.
Two million phone calls made in
Chicago every day.
Restaurant license of David Miller,
3216 W. 12th, restored. Ran pool
room in connection which kept open
Mrs. Anne Hutcheson suing hus
band for 20 years' alimony. Disap
peared after she was granted divorce.
City bridge dep't closed Throop st
bridge for repairs.
J. A. Thoney's record as investi
gator attacked when he testified
against A. V: Plummer, Austin drug
gist accused of selling liquor to
Mrs. Chas. Werner wants divorce.
Says he threw everything at her in
Western railroads want rehearing
in rate case. Allege interstate com
merce commission ignored funda
Chief Healey again issued order
that only Chicago newspapers may
be sold on newsstands. Magazines
Chief Healey says he has informa
tion that nine policemen paid $3,100
Dr. Louis Lynn Hall, 60 Rush, ar
rested for selling dope to fiend. Ar
rested by Sergt Wild of dope squad.
Voluntary petition in bankruptcy
filed against Lake Shore hospital As
sets $2,000, liabilities $10,000. Dr. M.
Meinhardt, pres. of hospitals, recently
held to grand jury for .connection
with illegal operation.
Two machinists up before civil
service commission because they fail
ed to assemble auto . properly for
Mrs. Gertrude Heitman, recently
discharged from Kankakee, blames
politics for her incarceration.
Foreign editors are already hinting
that the czar can't scientifically lead'
an army to the rear like that Grand
Duke Nicholas used to.
G. A. R. VETS DISGUSTED WITH
TREATMENT AT WASHINGTON
Washington, Sept 29. Rift in the
pleasure of G. A. R. veterans attend
ing 49th annual encampment devel
oped today. Arrangements of local
committees were sharply criticized.
Following near riot last night at
speech of President Wilson over seat
ing arrangements new complaints to
day occurred over grandstand and
parade arrangements. Lack of suffi
cient seating capacity in review
stands was charged by many visitors.
Prices charged for seats were also
complained of. Another cause of
criticism was the arrangements made
for transporting disabled veterans
unable to march in today's parade.
None without tickets was permitted
to ride in free automobiles and buses
secured by local committee. Others
had to pay 25 cents each to ride in
auto sightseeing cars. Inability of
veterans to get tickets in rush and
confusion caused sharp 'disputes.
Bride I asked that tramp what he
did with the biscuits I gave him the
Pa What did he say?
Bride He said he didn't know they
were biscuits thought they were
Many a baby who is worth his
weight m gold cries for all he is